Get Help NOW

Numbers To Call For Immediate Help:

Emergency 911

Door County Crisis/Suicide Intervention
24/7 Hotline (920) 746-2588

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
(800) 273-8255
Access to Mental Health Services in Door County

National Veterans Crisis Hotline
(800) 273-8255

Text “HOPELINE” to 741741.
Text message based free service by Center for Suicide Awareness.
For Spanish, text “OPOYO” to 839863.

Our Mission:

The Prevent Suicide Door County Nathan Wilson Coalition is committed to reduce the number of suicides in Door County through prevention education, public awareness and overcoming stigma.

Warning Signs of Suicide
If you or a loved one are experiencing these symptoms or behaviors, please
call for help now. Don’t wait.
Know the Warning Signs:

  • Threatening to or talking about wanting to die
  • Increased apathy, hopelessness
  • Poor eating and sleeping habits
  • Acquiring a gun
  • Stockpiling pills/substance abuse
  • Putting personal affairs in order
  • Withdrawal from friends, family and activities usually enjoyed
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Prevent Suicide Door County is an educational non-profit organization run by caring community members; it is not a counseling service.